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Spin DoctorsSpin Doctors Live at Irving Plaza on 1996-06-27 (June 27, 1996)

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Collection: SpinDoctors
Band/Artist: Spin Doctors
Date: June 27, 1996 (check for other copies)
Venue: Irving Plaza
Location: New York City

Source: B&K 4011s->?->PCM-M1 (Patched out of Eric Vandecar's Rig, I think)
Lineage: Fostex D5->JB3->Soundforge 7.0->CD-Wave->FFE
Taped by: David Landsberger
Transferred by: David Landsberger
Keywords: Live concert


Description

Disk 1:
(Set 1)
01. House
02. What Time Is It
03. To Make Me Blue
04. Jimmy Olsen´s Blues
05. Dogs On A Doe
06. I Can´t Believe You´re Still With Her
07. She Used To Be Mine
08. About A Train
09. If Wishes Were Horses
10. You´ve Got To Believe In Something
11. Little Miss Can´t Be Wrong

Disk 2:
01. That´s The Way I Like It (w/Bass solo and jam)

(Set 2)
02. Big Fat Funky Booty -->
03. Shinbone Alley -->
Drum solo -->
Jam -->
Shinbone Alley -->
04. Hard to Exist**
05, Scotch and Water Blues* -->
Stormy Monday* (sung by Ivan) -->
Scotch and Water Blues* -->

Disk 3:
05. Sister Sisyphus* -->
Sly & The Family Stone jam*
06. Highway 49*
07. Refrigerator Car -->
At This Hour -->
Refrigerator Car
08. Forty Or Fifty -->
09. Bags Of Dirt

Notes

Spin Doctors
June 27th, 1996
Irving Plaza
New York City

Source: B&K 4011s->?->PCM-M1 (Patched out of Eric Vandecar's Rig, I think)
Transfer: Fostex D5->JB3->Soundforge 7.0->CD-Wave->FFE

Recording and Transfer by David Landsberger

The band:
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Chris Barron - Vocals
Mark White - Bass
Aaron Comess - Drums
Anthony Krizan - Guitar
Ivan Neville - Keyboards

The Guests:
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Erik Lawrence
Todd Horton
Nils Lofgrin
Jaik Miller

Details:
The D-Bop horns (Erik Lawrence on sax and Todd Horton on trumpet)
played from "That´s The Way I Like It" until the end of the show.

* with Nils Lofgrin of Crazy Horse and the E-Street Band on Guitar
** with Jaik Miller of Xanax 25 on Vocals

This is a special show. It is a rare performance for the YGTBIS album
and special in that it has Ivan Neville and Anthony Krizan overlapping.

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To Make Me Blue 32.8 MB 
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I Can´t Believe You´re Still With Her 23.2 MB 
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She Used To Be Mine 52.3 MB 
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About A Train 59.5 MB 
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If Wishes Were Horses 29.1 MB 
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You´ve Got To Believe In Something 36.0 MB 
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Little Miss Can´t Be Wrong 39.6 MB 
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Big Fat Funky Booty --> 33.7 MB 
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Shinbone Alley --> 73.3 MB 
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Hard to Exist** 42.9 MB 
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Sister Sisyphus* --> Jam 56.6 MB 
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Highway 49* 30.9 MB 
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Refrigerator Car --> At This Hour -> Refrigerator Car 78.8 MB 
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Forty Or Fifty --> 40.7 MB 
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Average Rating: 4.67 out of 5 stars4.67 out of 5 stars4.67 out of 5 stars4.67 out of 5 stars4.67 out of 5 stars

Reviewer: Cosmicharley - 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars - March 14, 2006
Subject: Great show. A must for fans
A wonderful show, full of hope, anticipation and the joy that comes from hosting a record release party for all your friends and closest fans. The sound quality is top notch for tapes of this era and really deserves to be listened to by true conneseurs of an early nineties jamband at the peak of their powers. The keyboards, horns, and guests all add a new dimention to the show, and the jams are a joy to behold, with some of the best segues I have heard this band play through.
Reviewer: acsd - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - March 6, 2006
Subject: YOU GOTTA` BELIEVE IN THE SPIN DOCTORS!
FANTASTIC!FIRST CLASS STUFF!


SPIN ON!
Reviewer: MoreThanMeetsTheEar - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - March 6, 2006
Subject: You've got to believe in the Spin Doctors!
This show is soooo awesome! Recorded around the time their third studio album, "You've Got To Believe In Something" was released. And the band was in high spirits: Sweet keyboard stuff by Ivan Neville (who joined the band for this tour, and became a full member in 1997); Mark, Aaron and Chris shine as usual, Anthony does a good job, too.

But all the great guests make this one a show to remember: Nils Lofgrin doin' Scotch & Water blues, Jaik Miller singing along to Hard To Exist, Todd and Erik rocking "That's The Way" like there's no tomorrow. Brilliant stuff. Get this one, folks!

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